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Barb Rohr, of Sedalia, a volunteer at the Home Economics Building at the Missouri State Fair, won big time taking home several ribbons in Home Economics. “I had a good fair year,” she said. “I have two purples, five blue, two reds and one white. And I'm a food judge!” Rohr received purple best of show ribbons for her embroidery pillow, seen here, in the Household Art Division, and for an embroidery framed red-work item in the Senior Craft Division.
Barb Rohr, of Sedalia, a volunteer at the Home Economics Building at the Missouri State Fair, won big time taking home several ribbons in Home Economics. “I had a good fair year,” she said. “I have two purples, five blue, two reds and one white. And I'm a food judge!” Rohr received purple best of show ribbons for her embroidery pillow, seen here, in the Household Art Division, and for an embroidery framed red-work item in the Senior Craft Division.
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Barb Rohr, of Sedalia, a volunteer at the Home Economics Building at the Missouri State Fair, won big time taking home several ribbons in Home Economics. “I had a good fair year,” she said. “I have two purples, five blue, two reds and one white. And I’m a food judge!” Rohr received purple best of show ribbons for her embroidery pillow, seen here, in the Household Art Division, and for an embroidery framed red-work item in the Senior Craft Division.

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